Kanye West Is Back On Twitter Talking About Mind Control
Just days after meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House, Kanye West has made a bizarre return to Twitter.
In a string of worrying videos posted to his Twitter account, the rapper ranted about a variety of topics, including mind control, Sony and allegedly
“You know when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do or if you post something that’s positive on Instagram and it gets taken down if it’s not a part of a bigger agenda -- that’s like mind control,” he says in the video.
"I feel like when people tell me what to do, I feel like they’re touching my brain. They’re trying to control our minds. They’re trying to control my mind and when someone tells me what to do and what I can wear and I can’t wear I feel like they are touching my brain,” he continued.
He then went on to say that he has been “programmed” to talk a certain way and talking “clear.”
“I’ve forgotten how to talk not clear because I’m so programmed to talk clear and sound proper -- that gets in the way of how we feel," he added.
The 'I Love It' rapper then went on to talk about his "straight up Sigmund Freud" IQ score and how people telling him what to do makes him "feel like they're touching my brain."
"Imagine you like cut your skull open and somebody like touched your brain with their hand, how that would hurt you," he explained, "That's how it hurts me when people try to tell me what to do when I'm going from my heart."
Ye then changed the subject, accusing Sony of barring him from purchasing the publishing rights of his own music.
"I'm really doing this because I went to go buy my publishing from Sony/ATV, and they said it's 8 million, 9 million dollars," he said. "And when I went to buy it, they told me no, I couldn't buy my publishing. They told me I had the money to buy my publishing, and they told me I couldn't buy my publishing."
"I am not crazy. I can ramp up if I suffer from sleep deprivation," he said, adding that he was "the best living recording artist," with the spirits of "Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and Tupac Shakur running through him".
"We know who the best," West said. "We know."